"Deep plum and molasses flavours, remarkable clarity, brewed in 1997"


Brewed in 1997 and imbued with a light golden colour, “Sachi” reverberates with deep flavours of plum and molasses. Even more remarkable are its clarity and balance, on magnificent display after prolonged ageing.

Characteristics of "Sachi" Koshu Aged Sake

ABV: 18%

Grade: Koshu Aged Sake

Taste: Rich & Dry

Storage: Keep in a cool dark and dry place

Rice Variety: Hiroshima Hattan, Nakate Shinsenbon

Yeast: Setouchi 21, Alps

Brewing Method: Sokujo

Polishing Ratio: 60%

Acidity: 1.6

SMV: +3.0

Food Pairing

A natural with roasts, braised meats and Chinese cuisine. An excellent after-dinner treat.

Recommended Serving Temperature




Kamoizumi is located in Hiroshima prefecture.

The Kamoizumi Brewery

No brewery in Japan has taken a stronger stand for individuality than Kamoizumi. Their sake has an attitude: robust, tawny, full-flavoured, yet with the smooth finish and easy drinkability that are the hallmarks of technical mastery. Ageing and blending are paramount, and when finally released, the Kamoizumi labels pair well with meat dishes and Chinese cuisine, a rarity in the sake world. For the connoisseur, their supple balance of sweetness, acidity, astringency and the elusive flavour component of "umami" is without peer.